Trees-Shade & Ornamental

Cypress Arizona 'Blue Ice'

A native to Arizona. 'Blue Ice' grows in a compact columnar form with a rich silver-blue / powdery blue color. Exfoliating bark is reddish brown. Tough, low maintenance tree that... Read more

Cypress Italian

Native to southern Europe, western Asia. With its narrow columnar habit of growth, this evergreen forms tall, dark green columns 40' to 60' in height. Leaves are dark green and... Read more

Cypress Montezuma

A native from Mexico.  A very large, extremely graceful tree with strongly weeping, slender branches.  Foliage turns orange-red in autumn. Very fast growth rate with regular moisture but slow under... Read more

Elm Lacebark

A rather graceful round-headed tree often with pendulous branchlets.  Some forms are upright, spreading and considerably taller than broad. Foliage is a lustrous dark green changing to yellowish and reddish... Read more

Globe Willow

Native to the SW USA, the Globe Willow is a drought-tolerant willow cultivar that gets its name from its distinctive globe, or umbrella, shape. These willows are cold hardy and... Read more

Goldenrain Tree

A native to China and Korea.  An open branching tree, giving slight shade.  Choice specimen tree where space is limited. Leaves are alternate, pinnate or bipinnately compound to 14" long,... Read more

Honey Locust

A native to central and eastern North America.  The tree has an upright trunk with spreading, arching branches.  With it's small leaflets and open crown, the tree casts a light... Read more

Honey Locust 'Sunburst'

'Sunburst' is smaller in stature than the common Honey Locust.  In spring, the entire tree is a golden yellow with new growth. As the foliage ages it turns green, but... Read more

Juniper Alligator

A native to the Southwest and Mexico.  The largest and oldest juniper in the southwest, it has blue-gray foliage with an upright growth habit.  The checkered black to gray-black bark... Read more

Leyland Cypress

Noted for its rapid growth and slender shape, the Leyland cypress has found wide popularity over a large range of the United States. It grows well in a wide variety... Read more

Locust Purple Robe

A cultivar of  the native Black Locust tree.  Upright rounded growth and short, irregular branches form a tight canopy that cast light shade.  Foliage is blue-green in summer, turning yellow-green... Read more

Magnolia Southern

An evergreen tree, native to the southeastern United States.  A classic southern tree with large, fragrant, creamy white flowers 8" to 10" in diameter and glossy, dark green leaves 4"... Read more

Mesquite Chilean

A native to South America. Upright growth habit with a wide crown and open canopy. Trunks are coarsely textured, dark in color and can be multi or single trunk.  Leaflets... Read more

Mesquite Screwbean

A native to Arizona, Texas, and Mexico.  Common name refers to tightly coiled seed pods. (Tornillo) Small tree or large shrub.  Tree is typically multi-stemmed and the bark is fibrous... Read more

Mesquite Texas Honey

A native to southwestern U.S., Texas, and Mexico.  Tall to medium size tree up to 30'.  Often multi-trunked with a weeping habit.  Leaves are a lime-green in color, pinnately-twice compound,... Read more

Mexican Elder

A native from California.  A rampant, fast growing, wild looking shrub or multi-stemmed tree.  Transplants well, does best in moist soils but will tolerate dry as well.  Foliage leafs out... Read more

Mimosa Silk Tree

A native to Iran and central China.  A vase-shaped, often multi-stemmed, broad-spreading small tree, that forms a flat-topped crown.  Green leaves are alternate, bipinnately compound to 20" long, with 10... Read more

Mulberry Fruitless

A native to China.  A fast growing, usually dense tree with a profusion of tight-knit slender branches.  Light to dark green leaves are alternate, simple, undivided or lobed.  Ovate to... Read more

Mulberry Weeping

A fast growing, weeping, umbrella shaped tree. Leaves are dark green, alternate, simple, undivided or lobed. 2" to 7" long and up to 6" wide. Adaptable to wide range of... Read more

Oak Burr

A native to eastern North America.  A very impressive, large, rugged-looking tree.  Leaves are lustrous dark green above and whitish underneath, alternate, simple, 4" to 10" long, about half as... Read more